Arts Group Inches Closer to Goal

College Park Neighborhood Arts & Theatre held its second annual Arts & Wine Stroll in downtown College Park in November. The group held the event to increase public awareness while supporting local artists and businesses. “We wanted to promote art and artists while connecting them with the businesses in the community, particularly the mom and…

Performing Arts Center Entertaining New Locations

By Michael W. Freeman College Park Forum Editor The group working to build a performing arts center in College Park has expanded its options for a possible location for this project, and are now looking at three new sites – including one right on Edgewater Drive. Robert DiCerbo, the executive director of the College Park…

College Park community theater looking for “brains and brawn”

From the Orlando Sentinal, Michael W. Freeman,College Park Forum Editor 10:54 a.m. EDT, July 1, 2014 What could be more entertaining, Robert DiCerbo noted, than a Best Man competition held in College Park. “Think of it as brains and brawn,” he said.Even better, DiCerbo said, is if it helps serve the purpose of getting a community…

Community theater goes into fundraising mode

Michael W. Freeman, College Park Forum Editor, Orlando Sentinel Click Here to view the original article at The Orlando Sentinel It’s been said that with most things in life, you can’t take it with you. But Denise Badger wants people to know that’s not going to be true when it comes to, well, baked goods, and,…

OPEN AUDITIONS FOR: You Can’t Take It With You.

YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU AUDITION DATES: February 10 & 11, 7pm LOCATION:  Take A Bow Performing Arts Studio, 710 W. Princeton St. WHO: If you live, work, go to school, worship, etc. in the 32804 area,  this is for you! It’s for the community by the community –your Neighborhood Arts & Theatre connection!…

CPN Arts & Theatre in the Orlando Sentinel

From dream to reality: A College Park theater Reposted  from the Orlando Sentinal. October 11, 2013|Michael W. Freeman, College Park Forum Editor Read the Original Article Here. COLLEGE PARK — Like a lot of great ideas, the one Robert Di Cerbo and Denise Badger shared started in the best way possible: as a dream that excited…